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Advocating for an end to racial injustice is work that all of us should be committed to. For teenagers, it can feel scary not knowing who to talk to as they begin to articulate their beliefs, express their doubts, and challenge things that aren't right. Teenagers need...
Remember the time, back in early 2020 when we went places? It's starting to feel like we've been living the quarantine life for longer than we've lived our regular lives. It takes me a whole year to wash my produce and everything else I buy at the grocery store now. I...
My name is Brooklyn. I struggle sticking with plans. I get bored easily. I don't like feeling like my options are limited. I'm a seven type personality with a seven wing (if you speak Enneagram). But sometimes life gives us surprises, like a diagnosis or a disease,...
How the city of Lakeland, Florida is responding to domestic human trafficking.
Feature story by Brooklyn Lindsey & Kelly Green-The Lakelander Magazine
The young student scribbles the words “I don’t care” across his test paper. Later, when the teacher goes to the student to ask why, the child says, “I don’t know why I wrote it. I’m hungry and just can’t think.” He just can’t think. Because he hasn’t eaten since...
The inked words spell out all is grace. Permanently imprinted, it’s an external symbol of an internal transformation. This year, a few friends did something remarkable together. They lived on the brink of impossible things. For Ida Mundell, a homeschooling mother of...
The Edge Sermon Series
Filthy Rich Sermon Series
Perfect Wave: Reflecting God by Protecting the Earth
NKJV Ignite: The Bible for Teens
To Save A Life Devo2Go: 36 Day Interactive, Audio Devotional
A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Teenage Girls: Remembering Who She Was, Celebrating Who She’s Becoming
Opposite Day: Upside-Down Questions to Keep Students Talking and Listening
99 Thoughts For Junior Highers: Biblical Truths in Bite-Sized Pieces